Desillusion Magazine proudly presents Road to Nowhere, a behind the scenes movie by Tomas Hein about his latest road trip deep into north Britain as seen in Desillusion Magazine 44.
“What happened to the dream of surfing in remote breaks? The answer is simple: it was always there and all I needed was determination”
Beautifully shot and edited with a great soundtrack, more stellar video content from Desillusion.
I am having a really hard time with all the spring/summer collections this season, but this one from Japanese label Rottweiler caught my attention. Digging the mix of styles seen throughout; vintage, work, athletic with a bit of nautical prep going down.
Supreme is back with their s/s 2014 lookbook ft. Jason Dill, and the early appraisal is ‘one of the best collections in a long time.’ Collabs with Levis, Champion, Playboy, and treatments of the Dead Kennedys and Siouxsie & the Banshees, the range, detail, and consistency of this season is pretty staggering. As always, the line knows how to style their own collection and the looks here are dead-on. 27 bangers, click through for the whole rundown.
White Mountaineering have dropped their latest lookbook for the spring/summer 2014 season. This time around they are offering their introductory womenswear collection, which I might add is looking damn good. The mens looks are on point as well, with some serious prints and patterns but I am more into the muted tech styles, but its all very interesting.
While we’ve always had love for Brixton’s Cali lifestyle shredding showcases in season’s past, the recent move to concept/theme vids ain’t so bad either – witness corner store proprietor Jason Jessee in action along with other Brixton regulars in this spring 2014 promo, good times as always from a reliable favourite.
Not to clog the feed with surf today, but I’ve been waiting for this one… Patagonia brand ambassador Trevor Gordon and his truck (the Blue Ox) with it’s camperized accompaniment (Woody) set off north from Cali to Cascadia in search of Bigfoot territory and uncrowded surf. Filmed by Island hero Jeremy Koreski and Santa Barbara native Erin Feinblatt, with direction by Nor Easterner Ian Durkin, this is a truly collaborative venture/adventure, and the visuals are pretty stunning, even to someone familiar with the settings first hand… looking forward to part 2!
My first-gen shop kit from MASH is probably my fav in the closet, mellow grey/black combo with the sponsor logos and that amazing Capo race cut. This new release black on black 2014 shop kit is all killer, an updated murdered-out version of the OG, perfect for the forthcoming road race season (if you roll lone wolf like that), or just keeping it real on group rides and solo centuries. Hit the shop to cop , you know it’ll sell through fast.
‘Acid is a humble and exploratory publication with surfing as an entry point, made to make you marvel and want to get in the water. Issue 2 will treat you with an extensive look at Gotland, the Hawaii of the Baltic Sea; a trip underwater to discover artificial reefs; a tale of survival attempts in tropical and polar waters; an examination of the relationship between surfing and coastal developments and a balsa sculpture of a surfer in a fur coat. And some more’
Love the look of the mag, and always hyped to discover a new print publication! Available to your door via.